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African Cooking and Cultural Reggae

Jennifer Kwon May 22, 2015

Starting with the Reggae Night at the Cave Friday, May 8, to the Jollof rice cook-off between Jeffrey Bissoy-Mattis ‘16 and Kennyi Aouad ‘17 on Saturday, May 9, the campus celebrated African culture...

Kamber ’17 seeks Ayssirian awareness

Jennifer Kwon May 1, 2015

On March 1st, a sophomore student named Rinya Kamber hosted a panel discussion, along with her parents, on ISIS attacks on Assyrian Christians in northern Syria. She has followed up the discussion by...

Students reflect on legacy of Professor Zhao

Jennifer Kwon April 10, 2015

As a founder of the Chinese language program and Chinese Studies in China off-campus program at Carleton, professor Qiguang Zhao’s death on Friday, March 13 caused a lot of grief and sorrow among the...

ESL resources often second choice for students

Jennifer Kwon March 1, 2015

A group of volunteers under the leadership of Bailey Ulbricht ’15 tutors Syrian refugees to help them practice their English, and a number of Carleton students teach in weekly Adult ESL classes. But...

Mock Trial presses suit to championships

Jennifer Kwon February 20, 2015

In the Regionals of the annual American Mock Trial competition hosted by Hamline University in Saint Paul Friday, Jan. 30 to Sunday, Feb. 1, the Carleton mock trial team won third place and qualified...

FinAid says Carleton’s “doing its best” on need-sensitive aid

Jennifer Kwon February 13, 2015

While increasing number of liberal arts colleges are following the trend of implementing a need-blind aid policy, Carleton continues to admit students on a need-sensitive basis. Paul Thiboutot, the Vice...

Danish Group Teaches Green Design: Students Plan Hypothetical Arboretum Office

Jennifer Kwon January 24, 2015

Many visitors of the Perlman Teaching Museum were confused when they first walked in at the beginning of this term. Instead of seeing a usual exhibit of photographs and drawings, they encountered a group...

Campus Security Cameras Multiply

Jennifer Kwon November 16, 2014

There are approximately sixty cameras dispersed around Carleton’s campus, although the numbers are constantly increasing, with almost ten to twenty added per year according to Security’s needs. Security...

Arctic Artist Plunges Visitors into Darkness

Jennifer Kwon October 24, 2014

As the issue of climate change has been heating up, more artists have been incorporating nature and science into their artworks, both as an act of artistic movement and as a push to create awareness...

Perlman Museum Takes the Plunge with New Arctic Exhibit

Jennifer Kwon September 26, 2014

There have been heated debates on whether global warming is hap- pening or not for the past few decades. Ken Tape’s “Then and Now: The Changing Arctic Landscape,” an exhibition displayed at the...

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